SLIPKNOT, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, LIMP BIZKIT, MARILYN MANSON, MACHINE HEAD Confirmed For SOUNDWAVE
SYSTEM OF A DOWN, SLIPKNOT, LIMP BIZKIT, MARILYN MANSON, MACHINE HEAD and LAMB OF GOD are among the confirmed bands for next year's Soundwave festival in Australia, set to take place in late February/early March.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
SYSTEM OF A DOWN
A DAY TO REMEMBER
LAMB OF GOD
ANGELS & AIRWAVES
YOU ME AT SIX
DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT
FOREVER THE SICKEST KIDS
DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN
ZAKK WYLDES BLACK LABEL SOCIETY
SAVES THE DAY
THE SISTERS OF MERCY
FOUR YEAR STRONG
BLACK VEIL BRIDES
TIMES OF GRACE
HEROES FOR HIRE
THE DANGEROUS SUMMER
I AM THE AVALANCHE
RIVER CITY EXTENSION
Feb. 25 - RNA Showgrounds - Brisbane
Feb. 26 - Olympic Park - Sydney
Mar. 02 - Showgrounds - Melbourne
Mar. 03 - Bonython Park - Adelaide
Mar. 05 - Claremont Showgrounds - Perth
For more information, visit www.soundwavefestival.com.
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